The Best ways to celebrate the Euros in London

 

Football fever is upon us, and just a few days into the Euros, the nation is already hooked! If you can’t make it over to France for the official games, never fear. There are plenty of really cool ways to celebrate right here in London.

Need a bit of further inspiration? We’re here to help. Here are some of our top Euro celebrations in London this football season.

Hyundai Fan Dome

What could be better than this truly immersive football experience, that literally gives fans a 360 view of the beautiful game? The Hyundai FanDome is showing 45 games and promises groundbreaking audio-visual reaction to everything from goals to national anthems. Just don’t forget to don the perfect headgear to keep your sun out of your eyes so you can see all the action!

The Heineken Box

Beer and football: could there be a sweeter duo? We think not. So this option really is a must for those serious about watching the action with an ice-cold beer in hand. With your own private Heineken Fridges allocated to you, table football, Ping-Pong tables and an atmosphere that will make you feel like you are right there in France, this is a place not to be missed when watching the Euros.

Euro Bingo

Love the competitiveness of the game but don’t feel like having a kick around? Have no fear, because Euro Bingo is here, of course. Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen will be inviting punters to play Euro Bingo in a football-themed bingo hall. They are showing every England game, and will also be showing the other games on smaller screens throughout the venue. Therefore it’s a must if you love football but are after a slightly different Euros experience.

‘Euro Championships’ street food market

When it comes to chowing down on fine food, watching football and fine eats don’t tend to go hand in hand. Fun, street foods are much more on target, and this one is our personal favourite. Feast on football themed food ‘til your heart’s content, with inventive eats such as ‘Joe Hart me beef & feta cheese burrito’, a ‘pulled hamstring pulled pork bun’ and ‘offside deep fried crispy popcorn chicken with spicy mayo’. Find it in the Euro Car Parks off Shoreditch high street, of course.

Le Beaujolais

To pay homage to the home of the event, we had to include this incredible French restaurant in our listing. Head to our personal favourite pick – Le Beaujolais wine bar in Soho, which describes itself as a ‘little slice of France in the heart of London’, which attracts French football fans for League 1 games throughout the football season.

 

Author: joinengland

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